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Photo by Steve Barnum / Reporter As you walk up to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, it’s easy to find yourself feeling anxious, or maybe even a little intimidated, by the Stripped Classical architecture style of the building. Sure, it stands out from those around it in the way that it offers a …

Photo by Barbara Harmon / Contributing Writer Video by Tayhlor Stephenson / Assistant Lifestyles Editor and Barbara Harmon / Contributing Writer Harold Baldwin is recognized for launching the photography program at Middle Tennessee State University. He first came to the university as an industrial arts professor, but when the university’s president proposed another offer, Baldwin …

Story and photos by Genesis Rodriguez / Contributing Writer Project 615, a Nashville-based philanthropic company specializing in graphic tees, teamed up with Music City’s longest running independent radio station Lightning 100 to host the second annual 6-1-5 Day Thursday afternoon. In an ultimate summer getaway, guests were invited to enjoy summer festivities: snacking from local food …

Photo courtesy of Nashville Pride Story by Meredith White / Contributing Writer Recognized as National LGBT Pride Month, June’s thirty days are filled with events that will honor and celebrate. Various events are scheduled throughout the month, everything from pageants to a night spent at the ballpark. There truly is a little something planned for …

Photo and Story by Wesley McIntyre / Staff Writer Musicians, artists and many others in Murfreesboro’s creative community came together on Saturday to attend the Boro Fondo Bazaaro, a music and arts fair that doubled as a flea market. The event was held as a fundraiser for Boro Fondo, an annual bike, music and arts …

Photos by Wes McIntyre / Contributing Photographer Story by Wes McIntyre / Contributing Writer The newest exhibit at the Todd Art Gallery opened on Wednesday featuring work from two well-renowned contemporary painters, Lori Larusso and John Osgood. The reception was open from 4-6 p.m., and over the course of these two hours, there were several …